Stop Bad Breath Once and For ALL!

As you probably know by now, most foul oral odors can be caused as a result of the presence of bacteria in your mouth. Most of the bacteria that are in the human mouth are good bacteria and help the food gets processed in the mouth, but if there is excessive bacteria presence, that might just be due to poor oral hygiene.

Your best chance of getting rid of bad breath is to reduce the presence of the bacteria, preferably without spending a ton of money on unhealthy items! So, here are 7 natural ways you can get a minty, fresh breath without too much bother:

1. Natural Mouthwashes

Some chewing gums and artificial mouthwashes can cause digestion troubles, jaw pain, and even cancer! That’s why you should steer away from all those commercial breath refreshers and try the natural alternatives! Try chewing on mint leaves as they are an excellent breath freshener. You can also make your own homemade mouthwash with a teaspoon of baking soda added to a cup of water.

2. Gulp Down 2 Liters Of Water Daily

Dehydration is the main reason for bad breath after bad oral hygiene. That’s why you should never leave your body craving for water. There’s no such things as too much water, as you’ll pee all the excess water, but I highly doubt you’re getting even enough. Drink your water.

3. Skip Certain Foods

Raw onions and garlic, for example, as tasty as they are – cause bad breath. So maybe skip them before going out or before important meetings. Eat apples or yogurt, instead, as they are the best at dealing with bacteria.

4. Clean Your Tongue

You wash your teeth, but never wash your tongue, and it is actually a storehouse of stinky bacteria, whether you know this or not. That’s why cleaning your tongue is crucial too! Once you’re done brushing your teet, run your toothbrush over your tongue with the scratchy bottom.

5. Brush Twice And Floss Once Daily

Every dentist ever always gives this advice. And there’s a reason for that, too. You need to brush your teeth two times a day – mornings and evenings, and ideally, to floss once a day so that you get rid of all the germs and bacteria stuck in between your teeth and your toothbrush can’t reach it. If you make this a habit, you will notice an improvement in the quality of your breath.

 

Sources:

www.professionalwomanmag.com

www.lifehacker.com

www.mayoclinic.org